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September 11, 2019
on this episode Andrew and Chris interview Amanda Taylor who was dubbed the 'selfie killer' after murdering her former Father in law and posing with a bloody knife with her victim in the background and uploading the photos to social media. the second part of this interview  along with other Classified episodes can be heard exclusively at patreon.com/criminalperspective.  --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/criminal-perspective/support
September 4, 2019
on this episode Chris and Andrew interview Dr Michael H Stone and Dr. Gary Brucato about their work in the field of analyzing violent criminal offenders, their gradation of evil scale, and their newest book 'The New Evil' go here to purchase 'The New Evil': https://www.amazon.com/New-Evil-Understanding-Emergence-Violent/dp/B07NWPQ5WV/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=the+new+evil&qid=1567457452&s=books&sr=1-1 Check out our weekly Classified episodes exclusively at www.patreon.com/criminalperspective --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/criminal-perspective/support
August 28, 2019
Chris and Andrew talk with crime journalist Douglas Montero about his experience as a witness to the execution of Florida serial killer Bobby Joe Long. for weekly Classified episodes, subscribe to www.patreon.com/criminalperspective --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/criminal-perspective/support
August 21, 2019
Chris and Andrew interview James Sparks, an expert in juvenile justice for over 20 years and Professor of national and international serial homicide. James talks about his vists and Master's thesis on notorious serial killer John Wayne Gacy, his correspondences with serial killers David Allen Gore, Jack Trawick, Dennis Nilsen, Ian Brady, and more.  for additional weekly episodes, subscribe to our Classified content at patreon.com/criminalperspective order the limited edition Criminal Perspective/Bean Bastards custom coffee roast BLACK WIDOW at www.thebeanbastard.com  --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/criminal-perspective/support
August 14, 2019
on this episode we give everyone a glimpse of our weekly 'Classified' episodes on Patreon! we play part 1 of our 2 part interview with mass murderer Hope Warvi ('Classified' episode 9 at www.patreon.com/criminalperspective). If you'd like to hear more Classified episodes of Criminal Perspective head over to our Patreon and sign up for just $2.99 a month to access all of the previous Classified episodes as well as new ones weekly! to pre-order the LIMITED EDITION Criminal Perspective coffee, Black Widow, head over to www.thebeanbastard.com and order yours now! All pre-orders will ship 8/28! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/criminal-perspective/support
August 7, 2019
On this episode of Criminal Perspective, Chris and Andrew speak with Dr. Ali Winters. Dr. Winters is an educator and direct practice clinician. As an Assistant Professor at Tennessee State University, her primary teaching responsibilities are in the graduate MSW Program. With 27 years of social work practice experience in the areas of health/medical, mental health, and forensics, Dr. Winters focuses her efforts now on solitary confinement and trauma-informed care, speaking regionally and nationally on these topic areas. Dr. Winter's hope is to increase the use of safe alternatives to solitary confinement and best practices for trauma-informed care across the country. Check out our Patreon for our premium 'Classified' episodes and tiers with other perks! www.patreon.com/criminalperspective --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/criminal-perspective/support
July 31, 2019
Chris and Andrew bring you the 2nd installment of their interview with Rick Staton. Rick talks about his current film projects, the cases and criminals that interest him the most, and the changes and development of 'True Crime' over the the past 30 years that he's been involved with crime and criminals. Visit Rick's Patreon page at www.patreon.com/theghoulcanthelpit and don't forget to visit our Patreon page and subscribe for weekly premium 'Classified' episodes, including interviews with some of America's most notorious convicted criminals! subscribe at www.patreon.com/criminalperspective --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/criminal-perspective/support
July 24, 2019
on this episode Chris & Andrew interview Rick Staton. Rick, who's known as the "Godfather of murderabilia" is a retired mortician, filmmaker, and was once the exclusive art dealer for notorious Chicago serial killer John Wayne Gacy. Rick has corresponded with infamous murderers for 30 years! On this episode we discuss Rick's experiences with John Wayne Gacy and his visit to the Cielo Dr. bungalow where the Manson family gruesomely murdered several notable hollywood figures. be sure to check out our exclusive 'Classified' episodes at www.patreon.com/criminalperspective --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/criminal-perspective/support
July 17, 2019
On this episode Chris and Andrew speak with infamous stalker and murderer Robert Bardo. in 1989 Bardo murdered actress Rebecca Schaeffer at her West Hollywood apartment after years of fixated obsession on the young actress. Bardo helps to paint a clearer picture of himself and of his crime. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/criminal-perspective/support
July 10, 2019
On this episode Chris and Andrew interview Tashia Stuart. In 2011 Stuart was convicted of shooting her mother Judy Hebert 3 times and cleaving her head with an axe in Franklin County Washington. The murder was displayed by the state as a greedy ploy to financially profit off of Hebert's death, however Tashia claims it was self defense. On this episode Tashia Stuart answers questions about her life and the circumstances surrounding her crime.To hear additional weekly episodes subscribe to our Patreon for exclusive weekly 'Classified' episodes here www.patreon.com/criminalperspective
July 2, 2019
Chris and Andrew address a letter written to Chris by California multiple murderer and former death row inmate John Laurence Miller. Miller, who was convicted of 3 murders shares the story of his life, how he came to be in prison, and how he transformed himself in prison from psychopathic murderer to a respectable human being. Andrew and Chris analyze Miller's claims and methods of transforming himself into an emotionally stable and caring individual. Lastly they delve into the general science behind what blocks a psychopath from feeling empathy. Don't forget to check out our premium "Classified' episodes exclusively at www.patreon.com/criminalperspective
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